The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1938 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 14, 1938
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ™ E DOMINANT NEW8PAPEH OP NORTHEAST ADK-iiwaAo »vi> o^,,.,.,,„.„,., VOLll.MK XXXV—NO. Blytherille Courier niyUieyllio ME IfTlEI W PET § IRE Animals Also Bitten; Dog Caged For Observation Alter Escaping Once Four persons and several dogs billcn yr,ler<l:<y afternoon and this mornhis by the pet dot' of Mr. uiKl Mrs. Joe Wimberley, which is now lodged in the city pound for i.bservallmi lo determine whether it is rabid. Mi.s. T. J. names, IJilly Sehmuck, li-ycar-old win o) Mr. and Mr.s, II. H. felnuuck. Iju-ry Shamlin, six year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Shamlin, ami Burl Bryant, 15, were bitten Ial<? yesterday afternoon be- before llic dot' was captured. H escaped din-In; the night and leil Mississippi Valley Leader Clythevllle Dally Newa Mayor Williams Urirctf Observance OfAir Mail Week J1EWBPAPBB OP NORTHEAST AKKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY M, 1!W8 Votes 30-Day Spree Under Girl Mayor SSSRS9BST& J^W.IIHMVMM t^> . ^.^HVIVAAW- >v t , - ; A proclamation, calling upon the I residents of tht.s city to Join In the I obwmince of Notional Air Mall week, has been Issued liy Mayor Marion Williams. H is a.s follows: Proclamation "WIIEHKAS. (lie Post, Olllec Department at Washlnt'lon, Is .sponsoring NiHIonal All- Mall Wcf-k from May 15-21. inclusive, mid "WHEREAS, This Ls llio twentieth anniversary of regular Air Mail Service In Ihe United States and "WHEHKAS, I believe Ihe citizen-' ry of IBIyllicvllle have a lively interest in ib,' development, of Air Mall in our Nation "NOW THEREFORE, r, Marlon Williams, Mayor of Uic CiLy 01 Hlytheille, Arkansas, do hereby desiynak- (lie week of May 15-21 as Air Mull Week tor nil Hlyllicville ' . - =, .,,. ,vu ''"sldcnls, and do cn |] i,| )0ll ol|| . | liollce In a wild chase this nioriiliijr. i People to make proper observance mum? at doss when it could, until of H'is week by liberally patronizing tll( ' air niiill and otherwise evidene- n>l) I heir appreciation of Ihe of- lorls of Hi,. , ; to provide thb our city. finally captured nl noon after olli- ri-rs bad OKI iced the animal into llie wimherley house. The ilosf had been sick for several clavs but seemed much improved until about 4:30 o'clock when il nllnekcd Mrs. Barnes, who was in Ihe vnrd of ih c Wlmberlp)- home nt 325 Dougan avenue. She was liilten severely on Ihe right |pj below Ihe knee. .. After Mrs. Barnes had beaten the dog off it ran lo Larry Shamlin. who was playing nearby, and bit him on the hip and arm before the child etrnned. Billy Sehmuck. who was also in the vnrd. was bitten on Ihe aukle bv the do;-, which acted very strangely, according lo eye witnesses. Burl Br.ant, wlio lives nearby al Ihe home of his sister. Mrs. Arden CrOH'der. was bitten above the ankle as he attemuled to capture Ihe dog. All of Ihe bites wore deep enough to break the skin. The .Shamlin ln:l is lo be given telamis shots at once but the others have decided lo wail for ten days while the dog is observed. - ullkc (tepartiuent m-ee.suirv service for Done at tbe City of Dlylhcvlllc tills 12 day of May. in Ihe year 01 our Lord one thousand nine hundred and lliiity-eit'tit-. and in the one hundred and sixty-third year of our American Independence. Marion Williams, Mayor. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS TO flPPEKL Will Make Braulcasl Next Week Ddcnciinri Poliri Occurs Dunne; Raid On Valencia; Twenly Killed On Shore Resulting From Measles Fatal To Baby Ow!>n t O'lel) Wallace, one °.'!l'- s pn PL M r - ond Mrs. 'O. O. Wallace, c'ied' at his home at Gos- r»i| nt .six o'clock tills morning f'ler having been 111 for 22 days frc'ri measles and r.nmplicallons. services will be held Si'mhv afternoon at Norlli Sawba rpmel"iy with Ihe Rev. J. L,. New- F«m."r of tbe Gosnell Baptist i-I'M'-eli. ofTiciallng. 1'nnna Funeral Homo is In charge of fiinei.'il arrangements. r "v-or Establishment Of Government Radio Station VALENCIA, Hay H (UP) _ A British ship was set afire and sunk by a bomb during three air raids early today. Twenty persons were killed anil 18 wounded ashore during the raid. The^name of Ihe ship was given as Graiilland. year. The?mid was one of n renewed " series being carried out on lojafei eilies on llie east 'coast. Two intensive raids occurred In Barcelona shortly after midnight and another at l a. m. The extent. of casualties or damage wa Known. 894 closed nl 89 i 894 at 872, ofr 4. May U. (UPl— Tiinrpniifll members of congress i<-div fnvnred establishment of u ("ivenuvetii. radio slallon to coun- I'Tii'l. fascist and Nazi broadcasts to Poulh America. Then- approval I't's eirci> as chairman Carl Vin- .wn of the house naval affairs r'mniiitei» ordered hearings to be- N ™ ORLEANS. May 14. (OP) {•in Monday on such a" proposal 17 Colto " futures closed one and I two points lower today on foreign f.m 1 Tchvs ,'nfe" "T u T" ^ *'" """" "" l "" W " UO|IW> ll "">• "'"" il "«« "°" »»v>»« %£'** "a: ",£,.;:,"•;: ^Tr* 11 v hu v " m ^- ' nm •" ^ m win M-loy-be-unecnruied Heinei^e ic M,^ m'^Lw ^«T "l\ ^"^ "»"«• »« for,,, n,,d ^ ,,, whoopee ^^^^^ low,,, X. T '.^nt" !« T'i^ he Ihe besl town by a clnmsilc." In the pU,,| n al lell. Miss Barer"'HI" " *' 1 '"" ^ ''" Mrs. Sllur. reconcile thch' dlirerences. Th- ,,lclmvs al right, iiluslrale 111 icy must choose. Top: a Sunday pite ilghl ,„ »„,,„ .streel. Ijmw: „„„„„, d,,,,,,,^ gathering for a crai Hl-breiikini; irrrmmiy. PREPM Ml err «-»<_!,,_ Reublicans To Conduct Roosevelt Von Cramm Sentenced To Year In Prison BERLIN. May H (UP)— Baron Gottfried Von Cramm, world famous lennls player, wns found guilty of Immorality charges today ami .sentenced to one year in prison. The time that, .Von Cramm already has spent In prison whllo . awaiting trial will uc deduced from I lilS ofl.UlltC-. .'••;••''.'• V,-., V,W CHICAGO. May H. (Up)-nirec- tors of the Republic committee Wew York Cotton NEW Colton Jul}' .. Oct. ., Dec. .. Jan. .. Mar. .. ifay .. YORK .May U. <UP)~ closed steady. open high low .... 874 BIS 6T2 .... 878 .... 881 .... 883 877 close 872 O'-IO 880 881 ; 882 8S2-- 888 S90 894 89311 J of a°ricullural. .labor and business | leaders which fan b c assigned to -conduct, "an opeli and honest audit" of the Rqdseveit a<lmliif.virt<uoii The "resrarcir system was agreed upon at' Ihc clonin? session of a Iwo-day conference between Dr. Glenn Prank, coinmlllee chairman and his- nine regional nsMslnnts Vew Orleam Cotton Twentv Eight Dysentery Cases Reported In County Twenty-eight new cases of bacll- brv dysentery were reporled to the Mississippi county health unit this week, according lo Dr. R. E. Pchivmer. dircclor, who said he was I'nable to announce whether there hail been any deaths as the records are not turned In imlll the end of the month. No deaths have occurred in Bly- Ihcvllle since Insl weekend when four children died. The disease, which is n form of colitis, has been sweeping ihc country for two weeks. I selling. July Ocl. _iWElt. Ill T€LL E=?j&s£iK^r^ ^ K* .^^ »• iM — BY ~ BOP BURNS _ open ..891 .. 892 887 8HI 897 897 HIM Dec. Jnn. liar. . May . Spots closed barely 891. unchanged. low 884 891 801) 89-1 9(JO —ClO.iV— 88U 893 895 897 302 87&I-831I) steady at •- * «-ti iu»un il-X'JlSlLllllS., 1 J Y> r, "'Hie iiutlil will he oneii mid i loll . to his est," Pi-nnfc said. "Tliese experts will study the entire New l>u| setup, select those policies which they believe should be discarded and disregard those which can be retained." By that, method the commlllee nerable points and at. the same i time obtain guidance for its'task i of setting up a new philosophy f"r' liie OOP. Committee men revealed that President Hoosevelfs agricultural program already i- scnninv. As the Judges entered Ihe court Von Cramm stood with Ihe poker face known on world tennis conns and held Ills head high as the presiding Judge pronounced sentenced. Slayer Forced To Wear Straight Jacket, Hanged MOUNDSVTLLE. W. Vo.. May 14—Raymond Styers. 29, dropped to his dcalh on Ihe gallows last. night, strapped hi n straight jacket and protesting his Innocence or the murder of »• woman killed In a Wheeling beer purler robbery. While a crowd of some 70 spec- lalors walled Ihe slayer refused to Order 'Witch' to Leave Town Stock Prices NEW YORK. May 14. (UP) — Stocks eased small amounts in light trading today. Bonds declined A. T. & T 130 Anaconda Cop 28 1-8 Assoc. D. G Sxlends From New Mexico To Indiana Airline Officials Report '>• KANSAS CITY, uro.. May it. <UP)—A shall of dust two miles liioh swept across the plains stales today ami obscured the sun over nn area which during HIP pnslirak ha.? received llio mml extensive spring rainfall since 1934. The weather report of the Transcontinental and Western atr express lines said that the dust ex- lendecl from New IVfexico to fndl- nna, anil tlmi pljols reoorted vkl- bllity reduced lo less than n mile nt some points. The airline officials said ibal most planes were flying at. lilnh altitudes (o avoid Ihe ut- mosplicrlc conditions. The extended to more than c.OOO feet, llie report said. Buck Jones Sues To n . ttt •» •• ii eral events. Prevent Imitation" _ o WASHINGTON, May M. <U1')~ The national lalxir Millions ijoard dcfldctl imlny hi lake Ils case to the 1 imiple while, the Mipieme covirl met In secret session to deckle the bounl's |)le,i for iierintftslon to with- ilnnv llie liepubllc Steel coipumtlon Nl.Uli Chulrman ,1. Wiuira Miul- Jii will miike a i:oust-lo-const radio from "||;<5 (o 7 p.m. d'. .s. i.i next. Wediiesdiiy In dei 1 of ihi> bonrd'K work, It will be ovor Hie C'ohimblii bi'i)adcasliii;4 sysli'm. Madden IM expected to discuss the boiird's current lena! difficulties nvlslnif from (hi- siipreiiic court's decision ontlhiiin. riiinsl-Judlclnl wlinv In Ihe Kansas city stockyards case, KouMvcK to Cruise WASHINGTON. Mav H. (UP)— PresUlenl Roosevelt prepared loday lo cruise down Ihe 1'nloiimc river over Ihe week end aboard the yacht Potomac with n group of congressional friends htcliidliij; Senator Holier I M. UiW-ilotle, who hns been n leader In rerent llilrd ]i»rti' ac- Uvltlcs. Also iicrompnnvlnir tho president on llie cruise will be Mrs. OiFol- lellc, Scimlor Theodore Green (Hem,, H. 1.1, HITS. James lloosc- vell anil Miss MurKiierllc Tchnml, Mr. HoosevcllV. personal sccrelary. Tom Jam«>.s, 80, Dies At Blytbeville Hospital Tom Jnmes. who has peddled vei;- elables here for some lime, died nl Ihc Blvlhcvlllft hosnllal last nloht al el«hl. o'clock. Dealh resulted frnm an abdomen tumor and com- Dllrallons which caused him to become seriously 111 tivo weeks ngo al his home on Olnrk street nnd he entered the hospital a- tew days Inter. He would have celebrated hla 80th birthday on June 28. /'• Funeral.-«arv/cM wilt; be - held Siuidnv afternoon, Uvo o'clock, al the Cobb funeral liomn with 'llie ni-v. P. ^f. Sweet, pastor of Ihe Lake Street Mclhodlsl clutrch, of- flrlatliiK. Burial will bo niado at JVfnnlc Grove cemetery. ': lie Is survived by bis 80-year-old wife, Mrs. Mnnjjirel James, two sons, Cecil, of St. Louis, and Aug- nst, of llayll. and n stepson, Jesse House, of Ihls city. Extend CnUnn Carnival Through Monday Night MEMPHIS, May H. (W>)_Offl- clnh tod^y announced tlmt the Memuhls colton carnival would continue through Monday night. The extension was made be-cattso rain had forced cancellation of si.'v- Will Withdraw From League Of Nations Beautify Park Where Body Of Lee Wilson Lies slcr coh Wilson park, around whirl] Ihe business section of that town is built and which is the burial place of the lale R. E. Lee Wilson, who . founded the town, is being beau- 5 7-8 tided. 17 3-8 j The i arge s(n|ni . c of , nwn w]ijcii n \-}\ 1>oen " nntlomc < 1 excepl for a ,f ,'„> bolll <'pi- which marks the grave of w 1-2, Mr. Wilson, is lo have n now cran- basc and Has , J l . "rick walks 323-4 Montgomery Ward .. N. Y. Central 13 {. Packard 3 3-^ Phillips Pet 32 3-4. Radio 2 Schenly Dkt 103-4 t Simmons 173-4 Sccony Vac 13 1-4 Std. Oil N. J '.'.. 48 7-8 Texas Corp 37 I-2 U. S. Smelt ss U. S. Sled j-, A >_man wlio worries himself a lot to niakr a lot of money ain't gonna tc any belter ott In the end because after he gets It. he'll worry himself lo dealh tryln' to keep It, The other day f met my uncle. Skinny Flint—that's my -stingy tm- cle—and he told me that his nerves were all shot. I says, "Well, maybe you're workln' loo hard," and he says. "No. I've gol plenty of money nnd I don't have'ta work. All I do 'iosv Is fish." I says, ."Well, flshln' oughta bc Ihe best thing In Ihc world for your nerves," and he says, "Yeah— well 5ou Just try fisliln' without a rtshhr license." Wheat May July May July open 82 3-8 78 1-2 high 82 1-8 78 1-8 low close Work has already started on the project, which is expected to be completed during Die early summer The lla<? pole pedestal of three bases, die and cap. which are lo be of coral pink eranile. are nine and a half feel soiiare and will stand seven feet in height, fn the center of this will be a 50 foot flag »ole of metnllp.ed copper bearing sleel. This is bcin? placed 22 feel east of Ihe head of Mr Wilson's CTOVC and will bc in the center of the north and south side of the park. The grave's boulder, which Is In keeping wilh the new pedestal LOS ANGELES, May 14—Buck Jones, Ihc horse opera star, went to court, yesterday to prelect his movie mannerisms and those of hla GENEVA, May li (UP)-Chile s ceil, Sliver, from alleged Imlla- decided loday lo withdraw from PrcliuclloRs- i^., ".^L 11 "" 11 " 1 ' tlie L ">Ki'» of Nation* after the boy asked had rejected rm of her demand screen cow- council oy asked S250.onn rinii ii ants from further showing of their meeting of Latin-American mem- Western serial enlllled "Lone Ran- bcis that Chile would file notice of Giiffey Charges Fraud In Pennsylvania Voting W/HiHINtlTON, May 14. III!')— Scimlor Jawpli p. (lulfcy (l)ctn., 'n.). chnrglni; Hint, nllcinpt.'i »ro <>hig made lo tleiil Urn J'wmy)- viinla election In Phllndtlplita, lo- day announced hu wilt nsk. Ihe senale elecllona commUtec to Investigate nest, Tuesday's prlmnry. (luirev cluu-gcU Hint frfltlttc find iinsnujiiilous i-iroru nrn belni; miuie "to .-ilonl the I'lictlon in Phlliutelphln," "f do not propose to BCO Ihci icoplc of r'hlladelijhlii defrauded n tills manner mid after tho! I Stales Appears To Be Caught In Diplomatic Cross Fire By United Press to hold an Investigation," he said, 5TILE REFUSES Ickcs Remains Firm In Refusal To Approve Sale lo Germany WASHINGTON. May |4. (UI'V- _ relations wllli Great lodny Oimtciied a mnior test of American foreign policy. President Lazaro Cardenns acted abruptly ns a result of controversy over an old lirlllsh animlty claim for {80,000 bill OKI actual cause of the riipltiro wns Mexico's cxproprJa- llon of $400,000,000 of rorclgn oil properties. •Mexico, consltlcrlnij tho British demands for sutlsfnctlon insulllnif; ns contrnslcd to llie conciliatory at- liliule of the United Stales, sharply reminded llio I/wdoii foreign pfac« that "even powerful statea" such as lirllaln had failed to meet obli- Kiitlons such ns American - war debts. Cnrduna,? then paid the $85,000 but closed his London legation, Tho action virtually put tho United Slates under n diplomatic cross flre. In the Americas this gov-' crnmcnl lira pursued a gooclnelgh- boi 1 policy lo bind western hemisphere republics and to bar inllltra- llon of dlclalorlnl doctrines from L'mope. At the snmc time lit Europe the United states has Irenilently taken parallel action with Great Britain, Only yesterday (lie administration bent down an attempt (a lilt'the .Spanish arms embargo, which wou'ltt - have disrupted nrltisli policy. incut other limn la uay he re- Another rcporaisslon of Amerl- vlcwcd Ihc slUallon wllh Eckeuer can policy came from Italy when .1 wa.s learned lie Blood firm in Premier Mussolini lold a. crowd ot his po.iltion Uirl he would not, au-| 800 ' 0ao rtnltans that the dictatorial niorlxc tho (ihlpmenl. Ickes con- IbntLs Hint 10,700,'JOU feet would be of military Importance ""'i Sccrclnry I* 1 Ickes. stood fir In tho Interior H'II.S- learned Ifarold today, refusal (o np- sale of helium i;as lo Oer" wtlh alr- coiitocnco Oerninn many durlntt n Ur. Ilimo tickcuer. vldp exiit'rt.. Oalllnif per.soimlly uixiti who has blocked llio .snlc of non-lnllammalilu yas. Kckcner Iteinlcil hln coiiteiillbii that Din 10,700,000 cubic feet ho seeks would tot constitute a Inrv Importance. amount of inlll- . Although Icko.s rctiiscd to ':om- therefore cannot be sold lo Germany. Eckencr came here last wo?k lo furtlior Qermany's application /or Mioiiirti hcllimi [o .sit|iply « n c w Kcn|Ml«.n that Is under conslntc- ;lon lo lake tho pine" or llic Ill- fated lllndcnburif. Czechu Ordered To Purchase Got Masks PRAGUE, Mav H. (UP)—C/eclio- slovakla, oroimrhn urgently agulnsl llie possibility of war, loday ordered cvew citizen of this capital e.lty lo obtain nn crucially slumped ea.s nmsk bv Dec. 31, under penalty of fine pr imprisonment. Police, pronuiH!Hlln<< the decree, snM tlmt men, women and children were covered bv the order. A irlce of three dollars was set for Ihe standard KOS mask wllh the provision lhat poor neraons mkht ap ily for a dlncounl nccordlni^ [< Ihelr necessities. withdrawal Immediately. Draws SI00 Fin* For Driving; While Drunk S. P. Norninn was fined $100 In municipal court today on n chnrge if driving a car while under the nfluenco of Intoxicating'liquor. Norman was arrested by iioltcc iftcr he is altered to have driven ils car around the race track al he Mississippi comity fair grounds TlilB Is said to have occurred several days ago during Hie noon llour. He KOVC nollce of appeal to circuit court. Mrs. Martha Misskelley To Observe 101st Birthday Anniversary Tuesday open 58 t-a 59 3-8 high 68 3-8 59 5-8 81 3-< 81 3-4 wns crecte<l l»st August. 18 1-8 78 3-8, The outline ot the park has been so arranged thai a. wide brick walk, "111 run straight on the north, 1 Because townsfolk claimed her «?",!" ""i , VCS ' sides nntl tho cast wi(chcraf( made many persons walk is being curved to form nn ill and "hexed" a young girl, h~ i L if" 10 n inds or ™ lks vvl " Rlrs - Irene Ra ^ "bovc, fifl-year- be laid diagonally through the; old Indian squaw, has been or- Corn low 581-8 closo 583-i 591-4 593-8 j green spa >n. The largest railway "jvngon" In England has M wheels, and Is capable of carrying a load of 150 tons. AnrnA t rt if, r, . , j dcred to leave Rochester, Ind. large new store . h em e plans for the park, which was for- mcrly the slle of the Wilson store. h em e i c,y with wh «. u band after her release iroip Jail. Indiana hai no wltchcray ?*w. One huir.h-ed and one years ol< Mrs. Martha Ann Misskelley wll be wlieii she celebrates lier birthday Tuesday. In vory good he'altl considering that she has already passed llie century mark. Mrs. Miss- kelley Is looking forward to the first birthday of her second century. She hopes to have a vrry nice birthday. In fact she would like to have 10! people conic lo see her on her birthday, she sal;l loday. as she sat in her worn chnir bv the stove at her home. 1318 Hcarn street. "Uits of people never saw nmtody a hundred years old nnd j they say thev like to Just look at ' me." she said ns she expressed the hope that she would have visitors. "I love company and no mie comes much only on my birthday and that is because I nm so old. but I want them lo come anyway," she said. Not one day older in npuearnnce than last year, Mis. Mlsskolley is , able to be up most of the time nnd feels fairly well except that she Is almost totally blind. She has much i enthusiasm, especially when she ' talks about her birthday, nnd her | mind Is unusually alert for her age. | ^en Mrs. Misskelley celebrated i that she would never live to have j another birth anniversary but last year she didn't mention that sub- With more than a century of life behind her Mrs. .Uirllia Allsskcllcy «IH celebrate her 101st birthday anniversary at her home, 1318 H<am Street, Tuesday. The average life pan of a woman Is 64 years. ect and this year she says she believes she feels no oWer. She has not been fn her yard for five years as she believes she "could not stand Umt much nlr" but she goes about her home very tvllhouzh she goes about her home very well, Mrs. Misskelley, who sold j>atent medicine here for many years before old age and ill health came Is the oldest resident In this section. Born In Shelby county. Tenn., near Memohis. she came to what Is now Blvthcvllle In 187-t with her husband, the late E. U. AHsskclley, a Confederate soldier. She Is very nroud of the war service of her husband and around neck on a string Is n gold medal iich tells he is sure 'noutfi registered at Atlanta its a southern tidier." she tells nil her visitors. Thev rarmed for a number ot vears but their land caved Into the river and thev moved to town. They are well remembered hv old timers who purchased their wares which were ueddled from door lo door. Mr. Misskelley died 'en years ago. Of their 11 children, three are vln*. Mrs. Mtsskellev makes her lumie with her 70-year-old son. J. W. Mlsskcllev, who cares for his mother alone, doln;? all the cooklmr md housework in addition to tending a truck garden and doinj other "" Jobs. , stales will join hands If threatened with war by tho world's democracies. Mussolini's remarks were directed at llio United Slates as a result of a recent speech by Secretary of War Harry Woodriiig warning the dictators (hat llio democracies would fight If pressed too far. The danger or grave complications In Great Britain's relations with Jujiaii hit a new high when a Japanese soldier bayoneted E. 8. Wilkinson, an unarmed Brltim, at Shanghai. The. British nmbnssador was said to have been rebuffed by Japanese holding Wilkinson nnd aN ler his release British residents threatened Independent retaliation unless their government aoted. With Jnpuncsc armies reported successful In. their offensive to cut the, Lungha! railroad defense lines In the north and with scores ol foreign residents endangered by the bombing of missions the threats of further liilcrnatlonal comDlIcatlons was Increased hourly In china. Arrest Zerlie Gaines Alter Brawl Last Night Zedlo Oalnes and Oliver "Bnnty" Wicker encased In n fight last nlsht which led lo tlio nrrest of Galues nm! tho serious wounding "f Wicker, officers salrt today. Onlnes, wlio TOS placed In the rmintv Jnll nfter liavlns been nr- refted on a charac of flshtinst, •us re'cnsed this moniln? on lite wn reco"nlzanco. OfTlcers said 'his afternoon that Wicker had. "Ol been arrested. >nd street, neor Kirbv Dru<r com•n»v. about .seven o'clock. It -Is "Id thai Wicker nnrchaseil eome ravor blndes before ac/wil™ Onlncs, who was sealed en the curb. The blades, wielded by' w|r*er. are said to have cut struck Wicker so manv limes °i'd so severely that Wicker fell "^conscious. Tf vaf Given first old nt the "ivlhovllTe hnsnUnl nnd later removed to his home. Sewer Force Tax Pavmen*s Althotieh no further assessments will be made by the board of Sewer Tinnrovemeut District No. One nronertv owners who have unoald. assessments due were warned today by F. C. Douglas, attorney for the commissioners, that trie district will proceed to collect delinquent assessments by Court action. Suit to foreclose for failure to nay IMS or 1S37 assessments has been filed and will be prosecuted to sale according to the attorney. A. small rebate will be patd property owners when affairs of the district are closed, It Is understood. WEATHER Arkansas— Partly cloudy and Sunday; slightly cooler "ta northwest portion tonleht. Memphis and vicinity—I^lr to- nisht and Sunday; cooler tonight with lowest temperature 54 to 58. Ths Diudmum temperature here yesterday was 66, minimum 53 cloudy, with ,81 of *n inch rainfall, according (o Samuel P. Norrts offl. clal weather observer.

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